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INGS1001 - Week 1 to Week 3 Readings

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Concise notes from readings of Week 1-3 topics. Used to study with for essay questions in final exam.

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Economy Economics Capitalism Economic liberalism Economic ideologies Marxian economics Production economics Neoliberalism The Great Transformation Double Movement Uneven and combined development Socialism
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Economy Economics Capitalism Economic liberalism Economic ideologies Marxian economics Production economics Neoliberalism The Great Transformation Double Movement Uneven and combined development Socialism
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• Neo-liberal states’ fundamental mission is to facilitate conditions for profitable capital accumulation. o The measures required to achieve creation of wealth are: ▪ The full privatisation of public enterprises ▪ Full repatriation of foreign profits ▪ National treatment for foreign companies ▪ Elimination of ALL trade barriers ▪ Opening banks to foreign control ▪ Reducing taxes ▪ Encouraging entrepreneurial initiative to induce strong foreign investment. THE RULE OF THE MARKET – Liberating "free" enterprise or private enterprise from any bonds imposed by the government (the state) no matter how much social damage this causes. CUTTING PUBLIC EXPENDITURE FOR SOCIAL SERVICES like education and health care. DERE...
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